Why not subscribe to two Australian literary journals at once? This special offer of a joint subscription to Westerly and Meanjin amounts to less than $19 per issue, delivered directly from the printer to your address of choice.
Meanjin was founded in Brisbane by Clem Christesen in 1940 and moved to Melbourne in 1945 at the invitation of the University of Melbourne, becoming an imprint of Melbourne University Publishing in 2008. Known primarily as a literary magazine, Christesen ensured that Meanjin reflected the breadth of contemporary thinking, be it on literature, other art forms, or the broader issues of the times. This breadth has characterised Meanjin for more than 70 years.
Published four times a year and online, Meanjin is one of Australia’s best, and oldest, literary journals
Joint subscription includes 2 issues of Westerly (in print and digital format) and 4 issues of Meanjin per yer.
To purchase this subscription as a gift, select ‘Purchase as gift’ at the checkout, complete the recipient’s details, and we will deliver the subscription directly to them. Add a personal message and we will print it on a Westerly card to accompany the order.
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To make life even easier, your subscription will be automatically renewed annually so you’ll never miss an issue! You will be notified before your annual payment is deducted, giving you the opportunity to cancel your subscription with no obligation.